Fujikura Europe Ltd Launches the One-Click™ Cleaner MPO
Chessington, UK. Fujikura Europe Ltd today announced the launch of its new One-Click™ Cleaner MPO designed specifically for cleaning MPO/MTP connectors and adapter mounted MPO/MTP connectors which are widely used in Data Centres and also in some telco operated infrastructure.
The new product cleans MPO/MTP connector end-faces which have been exposed to loose contaminants, such as dirt and oil from an installers fingers. With just one simple action it is able to clean a variety of fibre counts up to 48 fibre MPO/MTP end faces and is capable of providing over 500 cleans per unit.
The One-Click™ Cleaner MPO, is now included within a range of tools which are designed and built to clean an array of network connections. The One-Click Cleaner MPO has also been produced to be more ergonomic than the previous design of MPO cleaning tools by Fujikura. It is able to effectively remove contaminants to the same high standard and low cost per clean except at a significantly faster pace.
“This new tool will not only make the task of cleaning these abundant connectors easier and quicker with improved functionality, it will keep the cost per clean down and allow for in situ cleans too, which some other cleaners are not able to do,” said Brian Leonard, European Product Manager (Connectivity). “This is the first MPO device in the Fujikura One Click™ Cleaner range and we created it primarily to service the data centre market.”
The cleaner is compliant with the EU/95/2002/EC directive (RoHS) since it is made of environmentally friendly materials. An adapter/dust cap is also supplied with the product for cleaning MPO/MTP connector plugs as well as the connectors themselves.
The One-Click™ Cleaner MPO comes with a 10% discount on all first orders. To receive this discount use Promo Code ‘MPO2013A’ when ordering. For further information and full terms and conditions on this promotion, visit www.fujikura.co.uk.
Fujikura Europe Ltd is exhibiting at ECOC 2013 taking place September 23-25 in London at stand number 259. To find out more about the event, visit: http://www.ecocexhibition.com/welcome.